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Check out a device that adds a virtual touch screen to any paper or book -- putting us one step closer to the futuristic computing experiences teased in the film "Minority Report."
A proof-of-concept input device from Carnegie Mellon University promises to make very small mobile devices easier to use by turning them into mouse-like input tools.
Japanese researchers are developing a 3D gestural input interface that lets you use your mobile device without having to touch it. Just wave your fingers in the air.
Skinput is an experimental touch interface method from Carnegie Mellon and Microsoft that turns your arm and hand into input devices.